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About the HE Impact: Local Level report
Your economic challenges as a local council
Universities and other higher education (HE) providers play an important role in driving local economic growth. They attract people and businesses, as well as developing knowledge and skills for commercial innovation.
As a local authority you're challenged with driving this growth in a sustainable way, whilst managing the impact it has on your local community.
Your solution - the HE Impact: Local Level report
The HE Impact report provides essential information for strategic decision-makers on the movement of students and graduates into and out of your chosen location.
This geographical information is tailored to your local area to support evidence-based planning to address your organisational challenges. Data analysis found within your report will support your graduate retention, local enterprise strategies and informs accommodation and service planning for development initiatives.
Unlock your local higher education (HE) data insights
HE provider See the providers your student populations are studying at, under which local authorities
Demographics Measures of ethnicity, age and gender and background, including low-participation markers
Accommodation Discover where your term-time students are living locally and in what type of housing
HE qualifications Information about degree subject areas (including STEM subjects), levels and attainments
Graduate employment The industries employing graduates in your locale and the job roles they're moving into
Graduate retention Those graduates staying in your area for employment, and those moving elsewhere
Easily manipulate interactive dashboards
The HE Impact: Local Level report contains up to seven years of the most recent data including analysis and benchmarks of three key groups of students and graduates:
Graduates from across the UK who are employed in your local area after six months
HE students living in your local area during term-time
HE students with a home address in your local area prior to moving into HE
It collects, assures and disseminates data about higher education (HE) in the UK on behalf of statutory bodies. As the trusted source of HE data it plays a key role in supporting and enhancing the competitive strength of the sector. Collaborating with HE providers in each of the four nations to collect and curate one of the world’s leading HE data resources.
Using this knowledge and expertise HESA provides a rich, readily available resource for data users.